Jessica Simpson certainly isn't the type to let pregnancy stop her from having fun. The 32-year-old star was recently spotted on a date with her fiance, and her best friend at the Cheesecake Factory. Since the birth of her daughter, Maxwell, Simpson has barely been out of the news. Let's see what she's been doing lately.
Simpson is no stranger to fashion, and her love of shoes was evident from her reluctance to give up wearing high heels while she was pregnant with Maxwell. Now, the stylish momma has announced she will be expanding her Stride Rite shoe collection to include a line for babies. She said, "Maxwell has a great clothing collection, so I wanted to create perfect shoes to match." That's right, peeps. Shoes for babies are about to get a whole lot cooler!
Over the years, Ashlee's big sister has been on the big screen many times, with little success. However, rumor has it that NBC is interested in making Jessica a comedy star! The plan is for the new TV show to be inspired by her real life, which could provide an interesting insight into who she really is, as well as providing laughs along the way.
With a second baby on the way, the "Fashion Star" judge is getting ready to move her little family into a bigger house. The six bedroom mansion once belonged to Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, and Simpson intends to turn Sharon's former walk-in closet into a nursery. Perhaps she'd be better off keeping the closet as a place to store all the children's designer clothes and shoes!
The beautiful singer promised that during her second pregnancy, she would be healthier. She famously gained 70 pounds when she was carrying Maxwell, but this time she's being a little more careful - Cheesecake Factory aside. Jessica has been hitting the gym to keep her weight gain to a minimum, which is definitely a sensible approach. Okay, so a $4 million deal with Weight Watchers probably made shedding those extra pounds a bit less painful, but it's still never easy. Staying healthy is the best way forward for any mom-to-be!
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